Philips VR540 video cylinder motor slowly go round. Why ?
Hi. If I play the video casette with Philips VR540 VCR. Everything is OK, but video cylinder motor slowly go round. Why, what's happened ? The motor went to bad or motor sensor or servo control ? Can I measure something ? Others are OK.
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Re: Philips VR540 video cylinder motor slowly go round....
Nope, the only thing you can do is make sure the cylinder motor has the proper B+ on it and replace the cylinder motor if the voltage is correct, but to tell you the truth a new unit would most likely be less expensive the a nes cylinder motor. hope this helps. Good Luck
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Error 2 and error 3 and error 4 are tech codes.
and if your unit won't reset, you can take it to your local
electronic repair shop. I had error 3 on my Phillips,
and he went to the PM webpage,researched it, and fixed it perfectly for $39.00 total. STILL WORKING!
He said it was some little thing to replace that took him 15 minutes.
If you don't want to buy one of the REALLY cheaply made vcrs or DVD/vcr combos that are out now, it worth a little phone time to find
an electronics repair shop. Or the new DVD recorders with vcr combos are very good, but sturdy ones are expensive.
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